Pyenv – Install Multiple Python Versions for Specific Project

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6 Responses

  1. Fen says:

    Awesome install guide for pyenv. In my humble opinion – just the perfect level of detail and context along with the install commands. Many thanks!

  2. Javid says:

    There is a typo in the command at 5th step. It should be “pyenv install -l” instead of “pynev install -l“.

  3. xABBAAA says:

    piton, is nice if you like to do some things, but I prefer Qt and C++, that might just be the reason for my concern is on the ethics of it, after all…

    by, live long and prosper…..

  4. Hari says:

    You might want to add libffi-dev as one of the required package for installing Python 3.7.

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